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September 25, 1998

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0[E GAZETYE, " ay, September 25 - October 1, 1998 - 67 Submitted photo Murder mystery set aboard Queen Anne's Railroad Who ends up dead on the cutting-room floor? Join old Hollywood favorite Norma Despot and see if she makes a comeback - whoops - return to the silver screen on her journey to Sun- set Avenue. Will her ex-husband, now her butler, Max, continue to write her fan letters? Will the infamous gossip columnist Hedda Hooper support Norma's return or foil it with scathing headlines? Join the cast of Foot Light Productions for this intriguing murder mystery on the Queen Anne's Railroad, Sept. 26, 29 and Oct. 3 and 6. The cast includes (l-r, top) Dan Gaffney, Suzette Riggin, Tom Sweeney, Rick Lawrence, Tommie Barrett. In front are Loretta Parkhill and Roger Ault. Cape Artists present 'Colors of Autumn' Oct. 3 The Cape Artists will welcome fall with the second of three theme shows, "Colors of Autumn," Sat- urday, Oct. 3, in Lewes. The town will be busy with sidewalk sales as part of the Boast the Coast Day festivities, and art lovers are wel- come to head downstairs in the New Devon Inn to view the exhib- it and enjoy a glass of wine. The gallery closes at 5 p.m. The Lewes Chamber of Com- merce will also be displaying the work of the Cape Artists during Boast the Coast, and in keeping with the spirit of the event, the ex- hibit will feature nautical paint- ings. The "Colors of Autumn" will be on display through the month of October. The Cape Artists' final theme show, "The Local Scene," will open with "Art Around Town" on Nov. 1. The BEACH HOUSE t& 316 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-4227 dals and sandwich menu available We have several options for children "Please join us -qN/,, in a friendly & fun atmosphere" - Ft... z : OPEN THURSDAY- MONDAY __A0rf7", Happy hour 5-7 p.m. Dinner Served 6-10 p.m. _-_ v_ ._. Route 1 Rehoboth Beach (302)227-1:77. Carry-Out (302)227-1702 Open Daily 4 p.m. Sun. 3 p.m. ')' 62nd St & Coastal Hwy. 131st St. & Coastal Hwy. Visit Ocean City Locations (410)524-RIBS (410)250-3100 Open 4 p.m. Sun. 3 pm. Carry-Out (410) 250-313I O,oen 4 p m Sun. 3 p m I I I I I L ......... Buy 1 EntrCe El' 2nd EntrCe 50% Off* 6-8 p.m. with coupon Valid Sept. 10 - Oct. 11 2nd entrCe must be equal or lesser value ObcjdO00trc00t0000 CREATIVE CUISINE "/ " Thanks for making our first year a success. Please join us as we celebrate with our New Autumn Menues. AUTUMN SUNSET MENU So.p or Saad & Entr6e S13.00 Available Sunday.Friday Nights 5-6:45 Saturday Night 5:30 - 6:45 GREAT SELECTION OF WINES BY THE GLASS SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 - 2 Sewing Lunch & Dinner Wednesday - Monday CLOSED TUESDAY Lunch 11:30- 3 Dinnerfrom 5 . "BEST NEW RESTAURANT AT THE BEACW' 1998 -- Delaware Today The Original Place For Ribs! (Rehoboth Location Only) Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10/2 - lO/4 J/R's BBQ Ribs. Crab Legs, Prime Rib, Seafood. Fish, Chicken, Pasta, Soup 8t Salad Bar, Dessert Bar &Sundae Bar $2 OFF Fri. e Sun. n m m n m mm n m mm m m m EARLY BIRD MENU REGULAR MENU ,--, $8.95 (m 6:** p.=.) from $9.95 m))om Fa//Spec/a/ :Buffet FREE :l Breakfast Buffet : ALL YOU CAN EAT e n forCldldren Under3 $6.95 m l " ,.a u, ,.   !:! (Ometetm. blade TO Order At l I v,,,v-J,...x,4,. II A,,,,,i.-,,, Cb=t.s) I / -- - CGI / VaUd 1@/3/911 IO/4/911 CG, !im mm m mitt lit m mat m mmm mitt mml!iii!iii  m mltt mm ll msm order Your Heavenly_ Hm ly For The Holidays ....... 1-800-879-7742 - Honey Glazed Or Spiral Cut